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Mar 18, 2011 7:30pm PDT
updates from the federal government. the radiation monitoring is done by the u.s. epa, using their own equipment, but their land that the state owns and in many cases they are next door to our own monitoring stations and we share a lot of information and perspectives about the way the wind blows. arb, of course, for years, has been looking a deposition of pollutants as far as asia and making measurements and assessments of what they contribute to our on-shore air pollution. so radiation in, in that sense, is familiar to us, as another type of pollution. obviously a very serious, long-lasting kind of pollution. >> do you concur with the minimal risk aspect of it? >> i think -- i'm always wary of characterizing risk in these situations. but for the moment we can say that the levels that are being measured are not far above background levels and that based on what we juan decision, we expect the final decision anytime. that would in essence force them to go to the drawing board on some aspects of implementing ab-32. how much of a setback will this be? >> well, the judge's preliminary ruli
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